Jennifer Gay Summers

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Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer15 hours ago
Just heard this book is coming out September 1st! Elaine Taylor-Klaus, wonderful ADHD coach and author, writes about effective parenting. Looking forward to her insight and advice. @impactadhd #adhdparenting #adhdkids #adhdmom #adhdmoms #adhdtips #adhdsupport #adhdempowerment #elainetaylorklaus #adhdeducation
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer2 weeks ago
One of my favorite memories of writing “Any Way I Can” with my father was hearing about the live old television days. Love this shot of my parents, John and Barbara Gay, on the set of their show circa 1950.
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer3 weeks ago
I love this quote and the desert hike that reminded me of it.
Seeing past my child’s disabilities to her possibilities showed me the way. I didn’t want to be told what she couldn’t do, but what she could do.
My intuitive, creative, big-hearted child bloomed when people saw her strengths.
Dwelling in possibility has always given me hope to get through the day.
#adhdparenting #adhdawareness #adhdinspiration #adhdinspirational #adhdkids #adhdpositivity #adhdmom #adhdmoms #adhdtips #adhdsupport
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer4 weeks ago
"It took some convincing. "Who the hell wants to hear about my life,” he grumbled. Who the hell wouldn’t? I thought. With credits that spanned fourteen feature films and 39 television movies and miniseries..."
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer
Jennifer Gay Summers / Author / Freelance Writer4 weeks ago
"After Lee was diagnosed with ADHD in first grade, we took her to a neurologist. She told us that Lee had symptoms of sensory processing disorder (SPD), which often occurs with ADHD. She explained that SPD occurs due to an imbalance in the central nervous system which causes the senses not to coordinate in unison..."